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Why choose us?

All-On-4 Single Tooth Replacement Multiple Tooth Replacement Smile in a Day™ Zygomatic Implants Dentures
All-On-4

The All-On-4 dental implant procedure is a groundbreaking technique that replaces both top and bottom arches of teeth with fewer implants than traditional dental implants. This technique is well-known worldwide for its efficiency, precision, and durability. Our experienced elite dental professionals have transformed smiles with the All-On-Four dental implant technique for over a decade. This procedure involves the efficient and precise placement of 4 dental implants to support each arch, making this technique the most cost-effective and time-efficient smile restoration procedure! Our patients leave our office with a brand new, fully-functioning smile, in just one day!

Single Tooth Replacement

Your teeth affect your entire body. A missing tooth can affect your speech, bite, and food choices. The most conservative and long-lasting solution for replacing a single tooth is dental implants. A dental implant is a secure solution that replaces both the missing tooth and its root. They produce a strong foundation and stimulate jaw bone growth; therefore, keeping the jaw bone healthy. If you are looking to replace a single tooth and better your smile, dental implants are the perfect choice for you!

Multiple Tooth Replacement

Tooth decay, gum disease, or injury can be one of the causes of missing teeth. You can select from several teeth replacement options when it comes to replacing several missing teeth -- from temporary to fixed solutions. Multiple teeth replacement options include dental implants, a fixed dental bridge, and a removable partial denture. If you are looking to replace several missing teeth, consult with one of our highly experienced specialists to see which treatment option is best for you!

Smile in a Day™

Smile in a Day™ utilizes dental implants to securely and immediately replace missing, compromised, decayed, or broken teeth. This procedure offers an ideal solution for dental implant patients who struggle with wearing dentures or who need to have their teeth removed. Patients who are missing one or multiple teeth will benefit greatly from the Smile in a Day™ solution that produces a fully-functioning, brand new smile in just one day!

Zygomatic Implants

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If you have been told you do not have enough natural bone for dental implants, we have the perfect solution for you! Traditionally, if the patient does not have sufficient jaw bone to support the dental implant, bone grafting is needed to create a sufficient foundation. Zygomatic Graftless Dental Implants is a revolutionary dental implant technique that completely eliminates the need for bone grafting. Zygomatic implants are a graftless dental implant technique that embeds the dental implant directly into the lower portion of the cheekbone, where there is sufficient bone material; therefore, replacing the missing tooth or teeth without the additional bone graft.

Dentures

One of the most commonly used solutions for patients who are missing several teeth in one or both jaws is complete dentures. A denture is a removable prosthetic piece that is supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissue in the mouth with no secure connection to the jawbone. A removable denture is custom-fitted to each patient’s jawbone to maximize functionality and comfort.

Why choose us?

All-On-4

The All-On-4 dental implant procedure is a groundbreaking technique that replaces both top and bottom arches of teeth with fewer implants than traditional dental implants. This technique is well-known worldwide for its efficiency, precision, and durability. Our experienced elite dental professionals have transformed smiles with the All-On-Four dental implant technique for over a decade. This procedure involves the efficient and precise placement of 4 dental implants to support each arch, making this technique the most cost-effective and time-efficient smile restoration procedure! Our patients leave our office with a brand new, fully-functioning smile, in just one day!

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Connective Tissue Grafting
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Replacing One Tooth
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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I start?

You can begin your journey toward a beautiful smile by making an appointment with one of our highly experienced New York City periodontists. Give us a call or click here to set up your appointment today.

Dental implants feel so natural and look so good, you just may forget you ever lost a tooth!

In what situation then, if any, would a dentist recommend a tooth supported bridge?

Until recently, most dentists considered conventional bridges the treatment of choice for replacing missing or lost teeth. However, over the past decade there have been tremendous advancements in dental implant systems allowing more options for dentists.

Sometimes if the adjacent teeth have large restorations (fillings) that must be replaced or if the teeth are severely broken down, a tooth supported bridge may be the best option because those teeth could benefit from the protection of crowns attached to traditional bridges.

Most dentists, however, detest the idea of grinding down perfect teeth in order to place a traditional bridge and will therefore recommend dental implants in these cases.

How long do implants last?

Published clinical research shows that implant supported restorations have been successful for over 30 years with success rates now reaching over 95%. These cases were carefully followed from the very beginning and are likely to remain successful for the lifetime of these patients.

Dental implants are designed to be permanent but there are many factors that contribute to their longevity. Home care and regular visits to the dentist or specialist are probably the most critical aspects. However, smoking, grinding of the teeth, or too much pressure on the implants can alter their success.

By comparison, research shows that the typical tooth supported bridge lasts from 7-10 years and that partials and dentures last an average of only 5 years. In fact, insurance companies expect that bridges, partials, and dentures will last 5 years and will therefore pay for replacements every 5 years.

What if I have already lost all of my teeth?

If you are a denture wearer and are having problems keeping your dentures in place or you cannot enjoy some of your favorite foods, implants can still make a big difference for you. Depending on your individual case, anywhere from 2 to 8 implants can be placed in each jaw to anchor your dentures in place. No more wobbling or clicking; no more messy pastes and glues. You will be free to enjoy all of your favorite foods with confidence and comfort.

What are some of the benefits of dental implants?

They look and feel just like your own teeth. Dental implants restore your confidence to talk, laugh, and chew with comfort and without worries.

Implants preserve the integrity of facial structures. Implants prevent the hard and soft tissue collapse that can occur under conventional bridges and removable partial dentures. In patients who have lost all of their teeth, the lower one-third of the face is prone to collapse if implants are not placed to preserve the bone and the facial profile. Implants form a strong bond to the surrounding bone to provide support and anchorage for biting and chewing as well as stimulation for the bone to hold it in place.

Implant-supported crowns and bridges do not require neighboring teeth for support. When teeth are replaced using traditional tooth-supported bridges, the teeth on either side of the missing tooth are ground down so that the bridge can be cemented onto them. This tooth structure can never be replaced. Removable partial dentures use clasps and rests which have to be carved onto adjacent teeth. As the partial rocks back and forth, it can loosen the teeth it depends on for anchorage, causing them to be lost.

Implants replace the entire tooth and the missing root so it is a free-standing restoration. This leaves more of your natural teeth untouched and free of restorations which saves your natural teeth.

Better health and nutrition because you can eat what you want. Patients with dentures often find themselves unable to eat certain foods, such as fruits and vegetables, which can compromise their nutrition. With dental implants, it is much easier to bite into and chew your favorite foods.

Ease of cleansing. An implant supported crown can be cleaned like your other natural teeth, i.e. brushing and flossing. Cleaning under a bridge, however, requires the use of floss threaders for proper cleaning, while a partial must be taken out several times a day and scrubbed clean.

Enjoy your food. Patients who wear an upper denture often have trouble really tasting food because the roof of the mouth is covered. With implant supported replacement teeth, it is not necessary to cover the roof of the mouth, so it is possible to enjoy the taste of all your favorite foods.

So, what is a dental implant?

Dental implants are screw-shaped or cylindrical root-form titanium posts that act as artificial tooth roots. These are carefully placed in the jawbone and allowed to heal. During the healing phase, your bone is growing right up to the implant surface in order to lock it in place.

Shortly thereafter, a crown is made to fit on top of the implant’s) so as to replace a missing tooth or teeth with a “brand-new” tooth. In many cases, you can be functioning on your “new” tooth in as little as 6 weeks!

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Mia Lindheimer

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Visited Dr. Lee for a second opinion and am so glad I did! The office was beautiful and clean, the staff was very friendly and conversational, and took time to verify any pricing concerns I had. But the best part was that Dr. Lee spent 20+ minutes sitting with me answering questions and calming my concerns. She highlighted what was a big deal and what wasn’t, as well as the most practical and affordable path forward. My first opinion periodontist was perfunctory, poked my gums a bit, told me I needed to spend $3k on surgery, and did not give me time to ask any questions. I would absolutely recommend Dr. Lee and the whole Advanced Periodontics team!

Miri Hecht

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I had a marvelous experience with Dr Richard Nejat who is the head of the Implant's department; scholarly with great knowledge. This entire office work like a team, and to the highest standard.

Andrew

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Doctor Richard Nejad is extremely knowledgeable and friendly. All details about the procedure are explained and all questions are patiently answered.
The procedure ( extraction and bone grafting ) done quickly, so I can return to work same day. They are moderately priced as well.
Staff is very professional and (again) open to answer any questions.

Mrs. King

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Amazing staff.
Clean office.
Following all covid 19 protocols
Efficient and thorough
If you need a dentist you need to see Dr. Richard Nejat.
If you need a good deep cleaning you need to see Dental Hygienist Gabriela Taylor. She AWESOME!

Sophia DeChiazza

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Manhattan & Franklin, NY Periodontists

110 E 40th Ave #500
New York, NY 10016
(212) 581-1090

Long Island & Franklin, NY Periodontists

110 E 40th Ave #500
New York, NY 10016
(212) 581-1090

Nutley & Franklin, NY Periodontists

110 E 40th Ave #500
New York, NY 10016
(212) 581-1090